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s.w.a.t. officers, police dogs and robots, the scene that rattled and east bay neighborhood for much of the day and had neighbors wondering what lead to a violent attack in a normally peaceful home, good evening, i'm ken wayne >> i'm heather holmes. >> that started after police say a woman was attacked inside of her own home. now, another woman is under arrest. kristina is in front of the home, what have you learned from police about an incident there yesterday? >> reporter: well, actually, there is not much police are saying. that's why there are a lot of questions, not too many answer says about what actually happened this morning and last night here at the home across the street. the crime scene tape is still up. police need a search warrant to go inside even though the s.w.a.t. standoff ended hours ago. >> i was so scared. >> reporter: a sunday morning wakeup call by the s.w.a.t.
team stunned neighbors on mayhew landing road. >> a knock at the door -- >> he literally grabbed me by the wrist. "you need to leave." >> her husband and two kids were in a back room. >> i was sleeping still, so they woke me up. i said "what's going on?" >> the standoff was prompted by a vicious assault on a woman inside of the home, neighbors saw her leaving on a stretcher with blood on her face. >> there was a big show. it was kind of scary. >> >> reporter: neighbors say the police were at the same home yesterday for hours. a mother and two adult children live there, but they never expected any problems. >> it's really bad. because as a neighbor, you don't know what kind of people live next to you.
>> i hope she is going to be fine. >> reporter: that woman is still at a trauma center with life-threatening injuries. police don't want to release any information jeopardizing their information, as soon as information breaks, we'll bring it to you. >> >> in oakland, police are investigating a fatal shooting that killed a 25-year-old woman. investigators say the woman was shot around 93:00 last night. it happenedded on garfield avenue. police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting, but they say their system detected several areas. last night. this death is oakland's 20th of the year. >> >> on storm watch as we look at the conditions in san francisco. you can see blue sky and gray clouds on the bay, there have been scattered showers throughout the day. >> it was much of the same story aconsiders cross many
parts of the bay area. it did not stop people from going outside. this was santa rosa where we saw plenty of umbrellas out. >> rain in the bay area means snow for the ski areas. >> >> mark joins us from the weather center with more. >> one of those deals where you look outside and you hope you get a see the sun as you get a little wet. a few moderate cells. amounts are not adding up to too much. take a look at the rainfall totals in the past 24 hours. north bay, santa rosa, less than a 10th of an inch. boulder creek picking up over a half inch of rain and san jose, 2/100th of an inch of rain. time lapse looking from the roof camera from san francisco in the distance, you can see the clouds building up, but not much in the way of significant
rain falling. today and tonight, we'll hold onto the chance across the region. the latest on live "stormtracker" 2, the activity basically moving to the north and east of the bay area, including some snowshowers towards the sierra. here is a close inspection, not alot of coverage out there. but we do have more activity developing offshore, you did see the clouds approaching the region, not here, yet, but this will be the source of more rainfall as we head into your monday as we start the new workweek. coming up at 5:20. we'll look at this and the updated forecast, we are bringing out more rain chances. coming at 5:20. >> we'll see you then. mark. you can get postings on the latest conditions even when we are not on the air. coverage continuing at 5:15, we'll take you to the sierra
where the snow mack may be below average, but the latest snow is giving resorts something to celebrate. >>. man, former head of security of santa rosa plaza. he lost his job after a confrontation between mall security and supporters of andy lopez. the teen killed by sheriff's deputies. today, ktvu talked with the man who said is he unfairly taking the fall, katie? >> reporter: speaking out for the first time, the former head of security said his guards were merely following the mall's conduct. santa rosa plaza security guards aapproached people wearing andy lopez t shirts.
nicole showed us the video and explained what happened a few days following the incident they said "you need to remove your shirt. it's not allowed in the mall. or you need to live." it was so embarrassing, humiliating and frustrating. >> reporter: the former head of security for the mall is sharing his side. >> for our procedure, we inform our security people no one would be allowed in the mall with signs, t shirts, anything that is relevant toed protest. >> reporter: it's a procedure that may have cost him his job. >> my personal feelings are totally irrelevant. i have a responsibility to protect the assets of the mall. i did that. we did that and now we are being thrown under the bus for it. >> >> reporter: following the confrontation between the guards and members of the lopez family, an attorney apologized in a letter writing -- .
>> we were responding and acting in accordance to their policy. we aadapted the procedures years ago on days of protest. it has worked well now, russell said the guards are being ridiculed and he lost his job with u.s. security associate says. the company contracted for mall security. >> i received my final check, i have yet to receive it. but i have cleaned out. i'm already being replaced. i'm of the payroll. >> >> all because of his understanding that said -- . we reached out to simon malls and u.s. security sorbs, but have not heard back yet. meanwhile, the former head of security is looking into his
legal options. live in santa rosa, channel "2 news." russian forces surrounding military bases demanding ukrainian troops surrender and hand over their weapons. so far, no shots have been fired and violence has not broken out. but ukraine's new leader called russia's move an act of war. >> this -- the declaration of war to my country. and we urge presidentputen to pull back his military. >> meanwhile, ukraine's navy commander swore allegiance to russia and ukraine's defense minister said his country lacks the military power to resist russia. in the capital of kiev, the government mobilized troops. tonight, and international
outcry, including nato, united nations and the united states is demanding that russia back down. that unrest is being felt here in the bay area inside of church services and outside on the streets of san francisco as ukrainian americans speak out about the trouble taking place in their homeland. >> >> no noel has more. >> >> stakes are very high. some say they believe that russia's latest military move is bringing the two countries closer to war voices were loud the signs direct, the more people know about this, the more they will do something againstputen -- >> ukrainians and supporters staged a protest outside of the russian conso late in the
pacific heights neighborhood. >> the first time i'm actually participating in anything that hamas to do with politics. >> reporter: anna said her heart is broking over what is happening to her country and its relationship with russia. >> they want a piece of land, because of politics and money, of course. they will never say it and they will try to find other ways to explain why there are russian troops right now in cremia. >> >> reporter: with the escalation of violence, those who are not protesting in the streets are praying in the pews. >> i am very cowered. >> reporter: parishioners at saint michael ukrainian orthodox church veered off the hymnal. singing a ukrainian national song with the word "god save ukraine." >> today, we have a situation that is very serious. >> reporter: instead of a sermon, the father talked about
his conversations with family and friends back home z all of them said that they not scared, so, they wanted to fight if it will be necessary >> reporter: and they are praying it doesn't come to that. the ukrainians i spoke to said right now, there appears to be a propaganda wargoing on, making it difficult to tell what is going on in their country from over here. u.s. secretary of state john kerry announced he will go to kiev on tuesday to meet with the ukrainian government. earlier, kerry condemned russia's invasion. >> russia chose this brazen act of aggression and moved in with its forces on a completely trumped upset of pretext, claiming that people were threatened and the fact is that that's not the act of somebody
who is strong. >> in moscow a protest supported the invasion, the prime minister tweeted that russia is interested in maintaining stable and friendly relations with ukraine, but reserves the right to protect their citizens and military personnel stationed in cremia. >> >> fire guts a bay area home. at 5:30, why they say the cause may be different this timend around. >> >> governor brown clarifying his stance on pot. why he said legalizing the drug may not be the best thing after all. >> >> we'll show you the conditions that made for a perfect time to hit the slopes. [ sports announcer ] here's another one, alyson dudek.
on the right. where the rain has made for a slick and slow commute throughout much of the day. there can be too much of a good thing too fast. that's the case with rainfall in southern california. for months, the region did not get any rain at all, now this is what is being seen all over los angeles county. areas that were recently charred by wildfires are vulnerable to mudslides and sliding. the community in the san gabriel foot hills remain under mandatory evacuation orders. >> >> crews worked for more than eight hours through the night trying to reach hikers strand the at malibu creek state park. that's about 30 minutes northwest of downtown l.a. authorities say they were finally able to hoist the four up and out of danger by using a helicopter. >>. storm has created dangerous surf conditions at beaches throughout the state. that's not keeping some people out of the water. one surfer in malibu couldn't
keep himself from trying to catch waves >> i took a calculated guest. i'm out here because the waves are too good to pass up. >> 8-12-foot waves slammed zuma beach damaging several beach front properties. beach erosion from the storm destroyed 30-50-yards of the beach. >> >> in the sierra, the snow pack is well below average. the conditions here are just right to play in the snow for some for the very first time. >> maybe five or six. >> reporter: we caught up with eight-year-old frankie on his mini tracks down the snow mound in cisco grove. >> we come down it's like three, maybe three or four hour drive. >> reporter: a long drive to
the sierra for the vargas family, but they have good reason. >> this is the first time for my grandkids. >> their very first time in the snow. >> is it worth the long drive from salinas to see the snow? >> yes. >> reporter: did you guys have fun? >> yes. >> what did it feel like? >> i was so cold, my butt was so cold. >> >> reporter: we'll be back tomorrow. >> reporter: we started to see rain just past cole fax. beautiful new snow coming down, leaving a light dusting on the trees. back at cisco grove -- this was also a first for members of the crook family of palo alto. doesn't take much to keep a kid happy. a little bit of snow and that's it. >> it looks like they were
having alot of fun. >> >> let's check in with our meteorologist, mark to find out what is in store for us. >> we are tracking another weather system. in terms of the sierra snowfall, they are reporting light rain toward blue canyon. snow levels up a little bit across the region. looking at a light storm, there is the coverage out there. snowshowers, probably up above 7,000 feet with the warm air in place. you can't see the coverage toward the sierra, a closer inspection of our local radar, not much out there. doppler radar trying to detect rainfall. we do have more activity developing off shore, out here in the pacific, we have a system approaching our coastline. really disorganized, but it will be strong enough to make more clouds tomorrow and increasing rain chance, especially during the afternoon
hours. in terms of rainfall, the numbers have been adding up over the past, basically, february and over the weekend. since jewel, santa rosa over 11 inches. san francisco over 8. san jose, nearly 4 1/2 inches in terms of percentage of average, still way below. we all know that. for tonight, we do this this partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, here is our live camera looking out towards the west. the possibility still a few scattered rainshowers paying us a visit. tomorrow, more clouds and scattered rain develops by the mid-and latter portion of the afternoon. that will be the best timing. extended, we are talking about shower chances coming up by mid- week. overnight lows, first thing tomorrow morning, mainly in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
a lot of cloud cover to start out your monday morning and a chance of a few scattered rainshowers. or at least some drizzle out there. >> >> you can see at 10:00, a possibility of a popup shower. this forecast model showing up in the north bay. tomorrow morning, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, look what happens. here we are at 7:00 monday morning, we'll put this into motion in the afternoon hours, coverage on the increase somewhat. so, monday, starting out with a lot of cloud cover, increasing rain chances throughout the day. here's the time line, 7:00, temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. by 12:00, the chance of rainshowers and by 3:00 or 4:00, increasing the chances of rain activity across the region. temperatures will be in the upper 50s to the mid-60s for afternoon highs. really not a big change out there. we are not talking about really
cold numbers. san jose, morgan hill, checking in 59., here is a look five-day forecast, a lot to talk about new york tuesday, maybe a shower first thing early tuesday morning. we are talking about increasing rain chances by wednesday. especially by wednesday late afternoon to evening hours. friday, partly cloudy skies, with your weekend always in view, partly cloudy skies into saturday, a slight chance of a few showers on sunday. coming up with our next weather update in 25 minutes. all right, thank you, mark. from the wet streets in the bay area to the hot streets of rio. samba music. this is the third day of brazil's famous carnivale competition heating up. the city's mayor declared joy by decree at the beginning of
the five-day festival. the event draws million of local revelers. it is brazil's biggest party before the world cup begins in june. >> >> law enforcement embracing technology. every police department across the nation, i think, has some type of tie into social media. >> across the bay area, using facebook, twitter to catch criminals. >> >> disturbing scene, dozens of people stabbed and killed at a busy train station. the group police say is responsible. >> >> a high-profile murder trial about to begin. how one company is capitalizing on the oscar --
we had to take just a little bit for the kitchen. because your kitchen dreams can be big. ikea has it all. chinese media described this incident as an attack by extremist. >> >> the murder trial of olympic sprinter oscar pistorius is set to start in a few hours in south africa. he is is accused of shooting and killing his model girlfriended on valentine's day
last year. prosecutors say she hid in a bathroom after a fight between the two. a cable tv channel has begun broadcasting 24-hour coverage of the trial in south africa. >> >> bay area law enforcement agencies trying to stay ahead of the curve using social media to his ton their communities and get the world word out about crime and safety. in richmond, we were told that social media would be a valuable tool for law enforcement. >> now, it's every police department across the nation, i think, has some type of tie into social media. it's for a million different reasons, obviously. >> >> reporter: she says the reasons include getting timely information out to the public about crimes and safety. it's obvious richmond police chief is a big believer in social media. he tweets throughout the day and has plenty of followers on
facebook. that constant communication spells support from the community. >> over the years, our relationship with the community has definitely improved. it has changed for the better, obviously. i think them being able to relate to some of the active it ises we do on a daily basis besides going out and arresting people and taking people to jail, they realize it's a human aspect to the stuff we do. >> the chief said that social media has changed in regards to how people see the police department. she said it's the latest tool to open lines of communications to make them better places to live. >> >> you just type in "show me the menu" before you head out the door, along with the name of the restaurant and the city.
mountain view based google said it should work with most of the popular restaurants here in the u.s our storm watch coverage continues. we'll look at the gray skies in contra costa county with sun breaking through. after the break, we'll go to mark with the very latest. >> >> it took firefighters hours to completely extinguish this fire. we'll tell you about the multiple challenges firefighters faced battling the flames. >> >> could it be you? another big lottery winner here in california. we'll tell you where the lucky ticket was purchased. >> >> download the app and watch all of our newscasts live. get breaking news, weather, any time anywhere. .
back now to our storm watch coverage. another live look at "stormtracker" 2 shows scattered showers mostly in the central valley. on the right, you can you see the view from our ktvu roof cam. mark has been keeping an eye on all of the conditions. >> he has. he is back now with more. >> not an organized storm, but enough moisture in place, enough lift to creates clouds and scattered rainshowers. that's what we have. the bulk of the organized rainfall moving out of the bay area. lingering rain and snowshowers, closer inspection of the radar
coverage. toward the sierra, some rainshowers. doppler radar trying to detect rainfall. nothing to show you. enough mist and drizzle to wet the bay area. i'm tracking more rain for your monday, more on that coming up in a little bit. >> >> as the next storm approaches, we want to remind to you download the new ktvu weather app for the latest. it's available for an hank plante droid, smart phones and tab lets. many washington area federal offices will be closed due to the harsh winterrable weather. >> >> governor jerry brown called
the recent weather a sign of the future, speaking on "meet the press" he said this was the dryest period since 1850. yesterday, the governor signed a $687 million repackage to try to help water starved farms and communities. the governor also explained why he is reluctant to see california legalize marijuana for recreational use. >> how many people can get stoned and still have a great nation? the world is very competitive. i think we need to stay alert, if not 24 hours a day, more than some of the potheads might be able to put together. >> >> clearly, the governor said is he keeping an eye on colorado and washington as they experiment with recreational marijuana. california was the first to legalize marijuana for medical purposes. >>
>> firefighters rush to a house in the hills. possible cause for this fire at the' ban doned home. >> reporter: you can see the plume of smoke from niles away, flames lit up the sky 5:00 sunday morning as firefighters rushed to control a fire at a vacant home on altamont road. >> the whole roof was on fire by the time they got to putting it out t started out from this, coming out of the window to the whole house was engulfed in flames. >> we sent crews inside to extinguish it, that's when one of the firefighters fell threw the floor. >> the firefighter fell eight feet. he escaped unharmed and continued to fight the fire. the home is built into the hill, making access difficult. the flames ignited nearby power lines, neighbors worried the flames would spread. >> i went and turned on the
hose and started to hose off the house. >> reporter: on november 4th, a fire broke out in the exact same home, firefighters found what they discovered to be legally grown marijuana plants. no one has been living in the home since november, though neighbors have been parking their own cars in the drive way to make it less obvious. that has empty. >> >> firefighter also to tackle the hot spots from the outside because the home was too unstable to go in. firefighters are looking into reports of squatters in the house. but exactly how this fire started is still under investigation. >> >> lake county sheriff's deputies have arrested a couple on suspicion of possessing meth amphetamines for sale. the two were arrested early friday during a search of their house. deputies say they seized a pound of meth as well as a gun. the couple's two-yearin that ho
susan sam son faces charged of child endangerment. >> >> last night, arriving at l.a. x where jimmy kimmel greeted him wearing a chauffeur outfit. ford is not attending the oscars, but he said he will go to a party before appearing on kimmel's show. former irs at the center of a targeting scandal said she will testify before congress. she refused previously, about allegations that irs workers deliberately targeted conservative groups when they asked for tax exempt status. she may ask for a delay. president obama said he does
not believe the investigation will show any corruption on the part of the irs. >> >> a day of teaching children the importance of giving back to their community. students at sun valley school spent the day learning about compassion and the power to make a difference. all part of the day of giving. students chose to be a part of several different activities, including preparing hot meals for homeless families, creating super hero cakes for kids in the hospital and raising money through a bake sale. >> it was a couple of people in the beginning. now, we have 20 people. when you help people, it makes you feel better. >> she said it perfectly. the idea for a day of giving came from the school's go inspire go community heros club. more than 100 people took part in the day's event. >> >> someone won the $60 million powerball drawing. lottery spokesman said the
ticket was sold in sacramento. the store is in line for its own reward of $300 thousand bonus for selling that winning ticket. last night's winning numbers, 3, 8, 25, 47, 30 and the powerball, 13. two weeks ago, a winning lottery ticket was $425 million jackpot. that winner has yet to come forward. . calls from the "american idol" voters were accidentally routed to a pizzeria forks two hours last wednesday. no one knows exactly how it happened. the two phone numbers it turns out were not similar. show producers say viewers cast 71 million votes that night and efforts are being made to fix the problem. >> >> up next, accepting applications for the challenge of a lifetime. we'll explain. >> >> competing for top dog, the challenging race in the alaskan
wilderness that is underway. >> >> scattered showers making way for another storm. mark is tracking the conditions and will bring us an update right after the break. ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ finally, i have a manly chocolatey snack ♪ ♪ and fiber so my wife won't give me any more flack ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪
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hikers can apply for permits to as scent the yosemite half dome. the number of people is capped at 300 a day. so reservations are required. a limited number of permits for this year can be obtained through a lottery system that started this weekend. the 17-mile trail is a challenge with the 4800 elevation gain. >> >> but what a view when you get up. there let's check in with mark. see what is happening. the sun is going down, beautiful pictures out there. >> with that hike when you go
up the half dome, you are so tired, you take a nap and go right back down. it's an adventure. as ken mentioned, we have some clouds, some breaks in the clouds, beautiful right portion of your screen. sun's ray reflecting through the clouds. not much in the way of shower activity to report, but we have a chance for tonight and better chances by this time tomorrow. right now on live "stormtracker" 2, you can see the coverage decreasing even toward southern california that was the big story all weekend with southern california picking up heavy rainfall. right now, rainshowers, snowshowers focused out toward our east. still alot of clouds in place and enough moisture you can squeeze out a few light showers or at least spotty drizzle in the short term. wind speeds, a breeze out there, winds 15-25-miles an hour throughout the day, no
wind advisories, but breezy out -- sfo checking in eight miles an hour. for tonight, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. another camera to show you, looking ought toward san francisco, getting an idea with the texture on the bay waters, a bit of a breeze as we just showed you. mostly cloudy skies, increasing rain chances throughout the afternoon hours. we are tracking some shower chances in the extended, showing up on long range weather maps. >> i'm watching this, approaching the bay area, for monday, expecting rain. rainfall totals we are thinking most areas a quarter an inch to a half inch.
for tuesday, a slight chance of a few showers first thing tuesday morning. wednesday, late wednesday into thursday, our next system, we bring in the chances of rainshowers as early as wednesday afternoon. as the system moves in, producing rainfall on the order of a quarter-inch to a half inch of rain. tomorrow morning, lots of clouds out there at 9:00, the chance of scattered showers. as we put this into motion. rain coverage on the increase, especially for the northern half of the bay area. we are expecting more activity by tomorrow night. not as much activity for the south bay, a lot of clouds out there with a chance of scattered rainshowers, tuesday, a lot of clouds and witness by the afternoon hours, we are tracking increasing rain chances. forecast tomorrow, upper 50s to lower 60s, oakland, 62, san jose, 64. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast with your weekend always in view, that's coming up, rain cloud for tomorrow and once again for wednesday,
especially late wednesday and saturday and sunday, partly cloudy skies, sunday, there is a slight chance of a shower and sunday a week from now, we change the clocks, spring forward one hour. it's already that time of the year. maybe a few more clouds by sunday. >> thank you, mark. >> >> least favorite time of the year. >> >> sun race is underway in alaska. 69 top dogs took off. they will travel 1,000-miles across the alaskan wilderness. the race usually lasts a little longer than nine days. the winner will get $50,000 and a new truck. >> >> sharks wrap up their road trip. >> >> warriors on their own road trip in toronto. sports wrap is up next. $
>> good evening, everyone, welcome to sports wrap. >> >> warriors, one quick stretch in toronto, the fame of currie made his way north of the border. currie had a pretty good effort. ball is kept alive by david lee. giving currie, another chance. warriors lead by three after three-quarters. less than nine minutes to play, currie to david lee. warriors, up by five and the raptors call a time out. whatever they said in the time out, it worked. the raptors had gone on an 11-0 run putting them in front by
six. it was all toronto down the stretch. warriors turned the ball over six times and the raptors did not turn it over during the third quarter. >> >> road trips continues with games in indiana. they are tied with dallas for the number six spot in the west. >> >> sharks made it two out of three to wrap up their post olympic road break. san jose concluding. after a scoreless first period, sharks got on the board in the second. 1-0, san jose, devils tied it up and took the lead. sharks can't clear on their own
win. john merle fired from the point. patrick redirects. san jose trails 2-1. it wasn't over, prettiest passing you would ever see. second period ended in a 2-2 tie. san jose, in the third. devils turn it over, getting it started, assist, the sharks get one more later in the period and pad their lead. how happy are they? 4-2, the final, san jose, five points behind anaheim in the pacific division. >> >> as, warmer upper in arizona. oakland leading the angels, 1- 0. reaching down and rips one to left over the head of
ramirez -- he makes like a black smith out there, donaldson kept running, a's go on to win 3-2. seven pitchers see action. >> >> giants got a look at a division opponent as hudson makes his debut. hudson wins two innings. posey will a couple of hits for the giants. one into left field. giants, 5-3 win. seven giant pitchers see action this game. he has won 205 game in his career, but suffered a devastating ankle injury in july that costed him the second
half of the year. >> it is what it is. far me, it's -- i just trust that everything is healed up right and everything is good. now is the strengthening part of it. if you are a first baseman, the first ball, i was getting there and it was the first game, covering first. i probably could have caught it, but, i would have felt like wes walker going over the middle with the linebacker looking at me. i'm not quite sure spring training is the time i want to do that, first game out. >> still to come on this early sunday night sports wrap, excitement on both golf tours, very crowded for the men. we'll be right back. .
it was very crowded after 72 holes in golf's honda classic. tiger woods didn't even finish his final loud, withdrawing after 13 holes and complaining of back spasms. >> >> double bogeyed the hole, but ended up with 87. russell henley, two strokes off the lead. he shot a 72 and finished 8 under for the tournament. >> >> ryan palmer needed this putt at 18 for par when he misses, he settles for a 69. he didn't know at the time the putt could have won him the whole thing. mcelroy need as par at 17. he is now one down. but at 18, mcelroy with win if this eagle putt goes. he will settle for birdie in a round of 74, that means there
is a four win tie. >> >> all heading back to play 18 again. this time, it was henley who had the solid shot at the birdie. he nailed it for the second win of his career. >> >> pleasantton's paula kramer in another time zone with a birdie putt in singapore. that was the flag stick in the circle. up the hill, over the draw bridge, through the wind mill and into the cup. kramer's reaction what you would expect. disbelief and pure joy. she wins her first l pga title since the u.s. open in 2010. >> >> impressive flyover, nascar event, first of two. danicka patrick having trouble keeping air in her tires.
she ened up finishing 36. kevin harvick lead 70% of the race. dale ernhardt, jr. hangs onto the points lead he grabbed by winning last week at daytona. that's it for this early sunday nights sport wrap. see you again tonight. >> >> that was a great shot. >> >> tonight on the 10:00 news, much more on a desperate search for a missing elderly man that disappeared during last week's rain storm. >> we talked with the family of the 93-year-old man tilery what , to hear what think believe happened to their loved ones. >> >> we'll see you tonight -- .
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